My wish for you this Christmas:
May everyone share
of that light
which set the stage
for shooting stars
and the birth
of precious babes
Walk in peace
and think of this
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This is lovely. Have a warm and wonderful holiday, my friend.
great image and post…. RT
this is beautiful and full of warmth – merry christmas to you!
Hello, Claudia! So lovely to see you, and thanks for dropping in. Blessings to you – be well.
Happy New Year.
Thanks Jingle! I sent you a poem for New Year – Walking on Frost. Hope you enjoy it.
This is simply beautiful – thanks for such a lovely Christmas wish.
I hope you had a great Christmas and that 2011 is going to be a WONDERFUL year for you 😉
simply simple!! 🙂
you took an almost cliche topic and managed to turn it round so that it’s yours.
I admire that.
my wish is ‘a simple/wonderment/of that light’ will chart our paths that we’ll connect literary.
Keep up and thanks for the piece
Thank you wanji. Your wish happened – two writers have definitely connected. I read your work and will return to it again and again, I’m sure. You have a beautiful way of expressing a story, gentle yet powerful.
Thanks broken pen, truly appreciate and that is why you now on my blog roll… i love you honesty in opinion of pieces and the beauty in your work… let’s roll 🙂
I’m honored. Thanks!
Greetings, how are you? Your absence is missed, I wish you well!
Hope to see you in Poets Rally Week 38, find Thursday Poets Rally in the header area.
Love your poetry talent and looking forward to a profound experience with your input.
Hi Jingle!! Thanks so much for your invite. I just got back from a trip to Kurdistan in Iraq, bringing home animals that US soldiers had befriended while fighting the war and had to leave behind when they redeployed. I brought home a dog, a cat, and a 14 week old puppy with a deformed leg. I was invited to go there by Terri Crisp, of SPCA International, whose book, “No Buddy Left Behind” about Operation Baghdad Pups we co-authored together, and it will be for sale in the bookstores in October. My trip to Iraq was her gift to me – wow. Never in the world did I ever imagine going there of all places!! Anyway, I hope to make an entry in Brokenpenwriter soon. The past four months have been all about writing this book; now I’m hoping to get back to writing some poetry again. Lots of stuff from Kurdistan will inspire me. Thanks so much for your continued encouragement and not forgetting me. XOXOXO to you too.
linked this to fresh poets to explore,
bless your weekend….
join poets rally in case you have free time. always enjoyed your talent.
Thanks Jingle! I’m engrossed in book-writing work again, so maybe I’ll make a link to an older post – a good summer poem, since baseball season is upon us.
u gave a christmasy feel to a hot may night………..its beautiful 🙂
Thanks, Mitu. I just can’t figure out why people are suddenly reading and responding to the posting I put up last Christmas; has somebody connected it to a website? Anyway, I’m glad you enjoyed it. Best wshes!
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